The latest version of Free Download Manager comes with support for Microsoft Edge, Firefox 57 aka Quantum, Internet Explorer and Google Chrome browsers. Let us see how we can integrate Free Download Manager into the Edge browser.
Free Download Manager Integration Module for Edge
How to integrate Free Download Manager into Microsoft Edge
After installing FDM on your computer, to integrate it into Edge,
1. Launch Free Download Manager,
2. Click on three horizontal lines icon and choose ‘Settings’
3. Select ‘Browser Integration’ and check ‘Edge’,
After that when you open Task Manager, you can notice ‘Free Download Manager Edge Integration Module’ running in the Processes tab, which means FDM has been integrated into Edge browser and you can able to download files in Microsoft browser by using the download manager.
Note: This process Free Download Manager Edge Integration Module with the file name winwfpmonitor.exe, that runs from C:\Program Files\FreeDownloadManager.ORG\Free Download Manager, should not be interrupted or never be disabled.
The Scheduled task ‘Free Download Manager Network Monitor’ runs at startup triggers the Free Download Manager Edge Integration Module to run after loading Windows. If you disable this scheduled task, you’ll not able to download files in Edge browser by using FDM.